BOSS Gaming Solutions recently announced that it has received a Gaming Service License from the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA).

According to the news release

The license covers the iGaming software developer’s main offering, BOSS. Gaming platform, which is a General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)-ready solution in compliance with International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) as well as responsible gaming.

A full product suite, BOSS. Platform provides everything you need to launch and manage an online casino business from the bottom up. The platform is already integrated with a payment solution, help desk, leading game providers, sportsbook, affiliate module, anti-fraud system, an omni-channel software solution and other tools necessary for iGaming business.

Sharing her vision of how the Malta license will affect the Cyprus-based company’s business efforts, Chief Operating Officer for BOSS. Gaming solutions, Catalina Lukianenko said…

“Malta is a country with a perfect reputation and steady political and economical system. It is also a proved member of the EU, so Malta licensing is considered as a reliable iGaming regulation all over the world. Those who obtained Malta gaming license can propose legal and approved gaming services to clients, and so we do at BOSS. Gaming.”

The European Commission approved Malta’s new gaming law in July this year completely overhauling the country’s gambling industry regulations. Rather than the multi-tiered system that was in place, the Malta Gaming Authority only issue one of two licenses, one is business-to-business (B2B) and the other is business-to-consumer (B2C). The new Gaming Act came into effect on July 1, 2018.

This summer BOSS rebranded itself from BOSS Gaming Studio to better reflect the company’s recent growth and 360 solution with multiple products, which reaches ‘far beyond the capabilities of a standalone studio.”